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Make you own Skyfall?

October 9, 2012 | By | Reply More
Make you own Skyfall?

Here’s a documentary that thrusts behind the scenes on the set of the latest James Bond movie, Skyfall. You can use the tips in this to make your own film if you have a spare budget of $100 million dollars or so. Chump change, right? You might have to convince Daniel Craig to come and […]

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This is the Skyfall!

October 8, 2012 | By | Reply More
This is the Skyfall!

And here, my spy-fi friends, is the old Skyfall trailer remastered with Adele’s new Bond theme song pumping away in the background. Yes, James Bond is back. Did you miss him? And what do you think of Adele’s music?

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Taken 2, film review (Frank’s Take).

October 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
Taken 2, film review (Frank’s Take).

Liam Neeson is out for blood yet again in the sequel ‘Taken 2′, a frenzied follow-up to the original 2008 spy actioner that starred the stoic Oscar-nominated actor. Neeson reprises his role as ex-CIA agent Bryan Mills whose entanglement with the bad guys goes through the chaotic motions in tedious, exaggerated fashion. Prolonged and strained, […]

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A Good Day to Die Hard trailer.

October 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
A Good Day to Die Hard trailer.

You know John McClane is getting old when he has to do what Indiana Jones did, and enlist the help of his young good-looking son to beat the bad guys. The next Die Hard film is coming our way, and it’s called A Good Day to Die Hard. But is it a good day for […]

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Frankenweenie film review (Frank’s Take).

October 5, 2012 | By More
Frankenweenie film review (Frank’s Take).

Luscious and skillfully presented, filmmaker Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ is a highly exquisite black-and-white stop motion animated 3D creepy caper that radiates in wicked-minded wit and wonderment. Clearly, ‘Frankenweenie’ may be Burton’s most imaginative and gorgeously playful films in many years. As an obvious tribute to the classic creatures of yesteryear in retro cinema, ‘Frankenweenie’ is […]

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We detect a Plurality.

October 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
We detect a Plurality.

John DeNardo over at SFsignal points us in the direction of a rather spiffing science fiction short film, Plurality, about a future America where the internet is a lot more controlled and omnipresent than today. It’s enough to give Cory Doctorow nightmares! The movie was made by Ryan Condal and Dennis Liu – someone give […]

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Ultimate Bond-age.

October 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Ultimate Bond-age.

In case you live on a planet with no spy-fi genre, 2012 is the 50th Anniversary of James Bond – and the studio is celebrating with this online video tribute entitled ‘We Have All The Time In The World’. It’s part documentary and part montage of the best Bond movie bits. We loved it. We […]

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Walking Dead warm-up.

October 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Walking Dead warm-up.

Getting ready for the next season of The Walking Dead? A ZomRomCom this bad boy most certainly isn’t. And just to prove it, let’s see if you can stomach this latest trailer for the3rd season of the TV series?

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The Master (2012) (film review).

October 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Master (2012) (film review).

In the years after WWII Freddie Quell, an unbalanced and misfit Navy veteran, finds and comes under the sway of an American cult led by charismatic demagogue Lancaster Dodd. Quell becomes a fanatic believer in the cult, but can never get the full approval from Dodd that he desperately seeks. Selective in its appeal, the […]

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Get away clean by being dirty! Jason Statham’s Parker.

October 3, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Get away clean by being dirty! Jason Statham’s Parker.

Here’s the trailer for Jason Statham’s new vehicle, ‘Parker’. He plays a crook that is just slightly nicer than the gang he falls out with and then tries to kill him. He goes back for revenge. Jennifer Lopez is on his side. Michael Chiklis certainly isn’t. Cue explosions and kick-ass thumping all round. Hope we […]

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